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10-3, 2nd in Big Ten - East
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Dantonio's extension approved with little discussion (0:59)
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9dDan Murphy

Dantonio's annual extension approved by MSU

Despite accusations of mishandled sexual assault claims against his football program, Mark Dantonio had his annual contract extension approved by Michigan State on Friday.

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10dPaula Lavigne

OTL: Spartan freshman subject of investigation

A member of Michigan State's No. 2-ranked basketball team has been under investigation for criminal sexual conduct since the start of the fall semester, sources close to the case confirmed to Outside the Lines on Thursday.

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12dDan Murphy

MSU faculty votes no confidence in board

Members of the Michigan State faculty voted 61-4 to express no confidence in the eight-member governing body at the university. Meanwhile, the institution's interim president wrote to the campus community about cooperation with ongoing investigations.

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Kansas State has officially announced the transfer of former Michigan State WR Hunter RIson, the son of ex-NFL great Andre Rison. A four-star recruit coming out of high school, Rison had 19 catches for 224 yards as a freshman for the Spartans. He will sit out next season, then have three years of eligibility remaining.

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Michigan St. hires Bullough as defensive coach

Michigan State has hired Chuck Bullough as its defensive ends coach. Bullough, who still holds Michigan State's school record of 175 tackles in 1991, spent the last two seasons as the defensive line coach at Eastern Michigan.

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MSU students vent anger at board meeting

A Michigan State board of trustees meeting was interrupted by students, who used the meeting to vent frustration about the board's unanimous decision to pick former Michigan Gov. John Engler as interim president.

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27dDan Murphy

AG wants employee records in Nassar probe

Michigan's attorney general has requested a first round of records from Michigan State in the investigation of the school's handling of Larry Nassar, including files from several employees who worked with the disgraced doctor.

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Stephen A. 'completely agrees' with Magic's statement to MSU (1:48)
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Does MSU deserve the NCAA death penalty? (1:48)
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27dMyron Medcalf

Magic calls for accountability at Michigan State

Magic Johnson took to Twitter on Monday to call for the firing of anyone at Michigan State who had previous knowledge of sexual misconduct incidents on campus but failed to act.

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29dESPN

Draymond, Le'Veon discuss Mich. St. aftermath

Warriors forward Draymond Green and Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell spoke on the sexual assault scandal that has enveloped their alma mater, Michigan State, in the past week.

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29dPaula Lavigne

Ex-MSU counselor: Dantonio must take blame

A former Michigan State counselor denounced Mark Dantonio's statement that any accusations against him and his program are false: "How can Dantonio say that he cares about survivors and then in the next breath say every report made is false?"

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Emmert says 2010 MSU cases 'widely reported'

NCAA president Mark Emmert sent an email to the NCAA board of governors saying that the 2010 MSU sexual assault cases were "widely reported" and already under investigation at the time.

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Michigan AG launches inquiry into Michigan St. (1:38)
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Bilas on Izzo, Dantonio: We need more facts (1:27)
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Report: NCAA prez told of MSU reports in '10

NCAA president Mark Emmert was first alerted to 37 reports of sexual assault by Michigan State athletes during a 2010 meeting with a whistleblower, according to a report.

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30dDan Murphy and Michael Rothstein

Dantonio, Izzo address MSU assault allegations

While Mark Dantonio said accusations of the Michigan State football program mishandling sexual assault allegations are "completely false," basketball coach Tom Izzo declined to get into specifics Friday night.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Dantonio said he knew about sexual assault claims when the police informed him about it. He did not, though, say when that was. He did say when he learned about sexual assault allegations, he informed authorities.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Dantonio said he is not resigning.